One of Copenhagen's oldest yet most avant-garde museums, Thorvaldsens Museum, in Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads, is dedicated to the life and work of Danish artist Bertel Thorvaldsen's. The building that houses this collection opened in 1848 with the goal of bringing together the neoclassical work of the sculptor, who was trained in Rome and specialized in classical mythology. The pure lines of his sculptures contrast with his colourful paintings, also exhibited. The most innovative aspect of Thorvaldsens is the interactive element that accompanies the sculptures, where you'll see projections of messages, bubbles, close-ups and details of the works of art that would have gone unnoticed if they weren't displayed on the audiovisual screens. Without doubt, this is an amazing museum, different to any other classical sculpture exhibition you've ever seen.
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